As early as June, Microsoft launched an initiative to help 25 million people around the world develop more digital skills by 2020. In just three months since its launch, Microsoft, LinkedIn and GitHub have trained more than 10 million learners worldwide through their global skills program. < / P > < p > & quot; since its launch in June, people from 231 countries and regions, as well as all 50 states, have been connected to our project on. Every day we see a large number of people from the United States, India, the United Kingdom, France and Canada, and some of the most popular courses are for software development, customer service and data analyst positions, the company explains. < / P > < p > in its blog post, the company details several important steps it has taken to help people find new jobs. In a two-step process, Microsoft first worked hard to identify the 10 jobs in demand in recent months, and then connected the LinkedIn learning path with these jobs. < / P > < p > results Microsoft said that in the past three months, learners have shown a strong interest in learning paths such as data analysts, customer service specialists and software developers. The company also emphasizes the importance of soft skills for learners and points out the following learning paths with high demand. < / P > < p > Microsoft’s blog also covers a number of other topics, showing its ongoing commitment to helping job seekers and how the company works with non-profit organizations. The blog even discusses how Microsoft’s free learning tool can help job seekers finally find their dream job. If you’re interested in learning more about Microsoft’s new initiatives, check out the blog post for more details. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure